Is Opening Your Window Shade On A Plane A Right Or Privilege?

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    There are a few topics which seem to spark huge debates over whether something on a plane is a right or a privilege. I think seat recline is one of them, as we saw with the huge debate which was started over the "Knee Defender." My personal opinion is that reclining your seat is a right, though if you're a decent human being you should be courteous and still make sure it's okay with the person behind you (even if that just comes in the form of turning around and making eye contact). Reader James sent me the following email, which raises another interesting airplane "right vs. privilege" question: "Hey Lucky, Just curious what you make of this thread and your in flight experience with FAs making you close the window blind all the time, maybe during night flights or daytime flights." The post Is Opening Your Window Shade On A Plane A Right Or Privilege? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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